Eugene Cho

moving beyond the janitor’s closet

Dear Quest,

Thank you so much for your partnership in the gospel.

I am so proud to be one of your pastors and to have had the honor of planting Quest Church almost 10 years ago. This past Sunday, while Pastor DeAnza was preaching a spirited message at Quest from our ongoing study through Philippians,  I had the joy of visiting and preaching at the Burmese Karen Churchplant in Kent, Washington. On their behalf, I pass on their sincere greetings.

Several years ago, Quest helped plant this church and it is in part because of your prayers and generosity that allowed us to have a small part in birthing this beautiful church through our Quest Churchplanting Foundation.

This church and community did not exist 3 years ago. In fact, the majority of them are recent refugees and have entered this country in the past couple years. This past Sunday, I asked – before my sermon – how many of them had arrived to the United States in the past year and it appeared that over half of the nearly 150 people raised their hands! Many of them were living in refugee camps…and how amazing it must be that a church community was here to be their fellowship and support.

But for a second, I want to encourage you to think Read the rest of this entry »

Filed under: , , , , , ,

stuff, connect, info

one day’s wages | video

My Instagram

A splendid sabbath evening in #Seattle with...geese and goslings. #honkhonk #gasworkspark I have to remind myself of this every day. Every day. Still glowing from last night's evening walk with my daughters. 
#discoverypark #seattle Father - daughters night. Grateful to be a Dad. Cherishing these days... It's one of those nights in Seattle. #sabbath #discoverypark SW1 area London. Must come back for more than a 2 hour walk.

my tweets

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,210 other followers